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    I just went through this book, but I feel like it's not enough. Books that show some basic odd time beats would be nice. Because I know how to read odd time and time signatures

    Alfred Rhythm and Meter Patterns

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    (Sorry Blaque, but I had to delete the link to the retailer as that's a commercial link and prohibited by the Forum Rules - PB)

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    Joe Morello (Dave Brubeck Quartet) Wrote a book about odd time my instructor was going through with me. It might be out of print, though.
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    Here are some drum lessons on odd times (this is Drum Bum's site). There's also a good odd times book by Ralph Humphery called "Even in the Odds" if you can find it.
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